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Hi there! This week we have some images we've gotten after a fair amount of pain staking work (by both lab all-star and intramural Frisbee champion, Jessie Burke, and Lab Alum Collyn Messier). We're working to close the song circuit in the female (More)
Record gift from Roy and Diana Vagelos to create new energy science and technology building
P. Roy Vagelos and Diana T. Vagelos have made a gift of $50 million to Penn Arts & Sciences for a new science center to house researchers focused on energy science. More)
Announcing Smart Box
I said I'd update this once a week, so here I am one week later. This week I have a follow up from last week's teaser: a git repo for automating song playback while making it conditional on baseline motion. This is fairly important for some of the wo (More)
April Fools, we made a post!
Hi loyal readers, I realized I have been far too focussed on moving myself towards graduation, and have allowed the website to fall by the wayside once again. Starting today, I'll aim for weekly updates (hopefully this manages to make it to next week (More)
SAMANTHA KLASFELD GAVE ANNUAL GRADUATE PROGRAM PRESENTATION AND WAGNER LAB CELEBRATES BIRTHDAYS
This month the Wagner Lab celebrated Sammy's and Run's birthday. Sammy also presented some of her work for the Genomics and Computational Biology graduate program titled "Improving Resolution of (More)
DR. DORIS WAGNER RECEIVED THE 2019 FELLOW OF AMERICAN SOCIETY OF PLANT BIOLOGISTS AWARD
Dr. Doris Wagner is honored as a recipient of this year’s More)
Penn Arts and Sciences Launches Vagelos Institute for Energy Science and Technology
Penn Arts and Sciences has announced the creation of the Vagelos Institute of Energy Science and Technology. More)
Championing scientifically driven energy policy
Vagelos Institute postdoc Amy Chu is aiming to make the chemical reaction that converts carbon dioxide into methanol more sustainable. Her work reflects her philosophy that scientists should have a stronger role in both public policy and education. < (More)
New manuscript on biorxiv showing effects of Wolbachia on pharaoh ant life history
The first manuscript from Rohini's thesis is now on biorxiv, showing how the bacterial endysombiont Wolbachia increases reproductive investment (i.e. queen production) and accelerates the (More)
The first of several manuscripts using our pharaoh ant mapping population!
After more than 10 years of hard work establishing the pharaoh ant mapping population by systematically intercrossing 8 initial parental lineages, we have completed the first manuscript using the heterogeneous stock mapping population. In the manuscr (More)
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